Introducing the junior d panel

Christopher Dunleavy: Plays either in midfield or anywhere along the half forward line. Will look to make a major contribution if introduced to the fray.

Colin Walsh: Having not played any football in 2014 Colin Walsh has returned with a bang this year. Earning rave reviews in each
game he plays as he regularly turns in a defensive masterclass. Equally adept at keeping the opposition danger man quiet or bursting out of defence with the ball.

Conor Cantwell: A hardworking defender who is one of the key performers for this year’s Minor side anywhere along the half back line.

Conor McCoy: A great man to win ball in the middle of the field, Conor McCoy is a certainty to pull off a few spectacular catches when contesting the aerial exchanges.

Conor Ruddy: Operating at full back this year very little has got past Conor as he looks to dominate the edge of the square. A tough, physical presence who leads by example

Cormac Mullen: One of the unsung heroes of the side Mullen is a hard working wing back who sweeps up a mountain of loose ball in each game.

Daniel McLoughlin: A hard working wing forward who works his socks off in every game. Lined out in the 2013 Final and after missing 2014 came back this year to great effect.

Daniel O'Reilly: Can play anywhere from wing back to wing forward. Midfielder for the club Minors this player has a bright future ahead of him.

Darren Englishby: Generally operates in the forward line. Will lend vital experience to the cause and is another who knows the way to goal.

David Fox: A young player with the heart of a lion. Fox never knows when he is beaten and is a class act who generally inspires all around him. Also can act as a playmaker as evidenced by his defence splitting pass to set up the winning score in the 2014 U-17 Final.

David Gordon: Mr. Versatile. Lined out at corner forward earlier in the year and in goal for the semi-final. No matter where he lines out one thing he guarantees is a display full of honesty of effort.

David Hosie: The club senior manager David has had a huge impact with this side over the course of the year as he operates at centre forward. A very reliable free taker who will punish any indiscretions as well as linking the play expertly as a playmaker.

Dylan Doyle: A player with a big game temperament Doyle is one of the brightest young talents on this panel. Has played all across the field over the course of the year to great effect and never fails to make an impact on a game.

Eddie Meade: A powerful presence in the attack Meade is a brilliantly effective target man. Well able to win the ball high or low he is a nightmare for defenders to face.

Eoin Finnegan: A diminutive presence in the side, Finnegan’s intelligence is a key aspect of the forward line. Always reliable for a few scores he has ice running through his veins as he proved when pointing a last gasp free to bring the 2014 U-17 Final to extra time.

Francis Sheridan: A veteran of the 2003 winning side when he also played at midfield Francis has had a fine year so far. Chipped in with a rare point in the semi-final.

Ian Carey: A sticky corner back who came back into the team for the semi-final. Lends vital experience to the side.

James Gillic: Came on to great effect in the quarter final when notching a vital goal and a point this wily veteran can be relied upon to have a positive impact on any game he plays.

Mark Gleeson: A wing forward with a keen eye for goal Mark will be eager to make his mark on the final is given the nod by the team management.

Niall Hickey: As brave as they come Hickey has a tendency to come up with an inspirational piece of play when his side most needs it. Wherever he is deployed on the field Niall is likely to have a major impact in any game he plays.

Paul McDonnell: Missed a large portion of the year following an injury picked up in a league game but back to full fitness now. Paul is a very accurate forward who is dangerous from anywhere inside the ’45.

Robert Mullen: Generally lines out at wing forward but lined out on the edge of the square in the 2013 Final. Robert tirelessly works up and down his wing to great effect.

Ross Walsh: A tidy corner back who is very comfortable in possession. Rarely gives the ball away and excellent at bringing the ball out of defence.

Ruairí McDonagh: Picked up an injury in the quarter final and subsequently missed the semi-final. McDonagh has been known to pull off some outstanding saves and is a very reliable last man in defence.

Ryan O'Dowd: Blessed with a brilliant turn of pace O’Dowd has the potential to be a match winner on any occasion. Has shown a keen eye for goal this year, with none more important than his late, late winner in the semi-final.

Sean Brady: Another who can operate as a very effective target man Brady offers a valuable out ball for his teammates when they are under pressure. Was a member of the Minor panel which lost out to Trim in the 2014 Championship Final.

Sean Doyle: One of the team leaders he is very adept at surging forward from his half back berth to kick a score. Equally proficient at looking after his defensive duties Sean will be one of the key players in the final.

Shane Gargan: Captain of the side in the decider two years ago Shane leads by example and can play anywhere in the defence. Can be relied upon to make any forwards afternoon difficult.

Shane Mulvany: A very unselfish player Mulvany is always on the lookout for a player in a better position to what he is in but when given the opportunity is well able to take his score.

Steven Dillon: A great servant to the club Steven was a key player on the 1994 Keegan Cup winning side in 1994 and when living abroad in 2010 he won an Asian GAA All Star. When the going gets tough nobody will be doing more to spur his side on than Steven.

Terry Maguire: A former senior player Terry generally operates between the two forty fives to great effect. Came back into the side for the quarter final and has performed excellently since.

Thomas Duggan: A sharpshooter of a corner forward. Always first out to the ball and takes the best option when in possession. Rarely goes a game without scoring.

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